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Stateside: Restaurants and bars reopen Up North; goodbye high school and hello uncertainty

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This past weekend, restaurants and bars in Northern Michigan were allowed to reopen for dine in customers. We spoke with two restuaranteurs about their decisions to reopen or not.

Today on Stateside, restaurants in the Upper Peninsula and the northern Lower Peninsula were allowed to open for sit down dining. We spoke with two restaurateurs; one who opened and one who stuck to take-out orders. Plus, how one high school senior is preparing for his future amid uncertainty.

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Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.

As Northern Michigan reopens, restaurateurs weigh risks and refigure business plans

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Stateside’s conversation with Skip Telgard and Amanda Danielson

Skip Telgard owns the Bluebird Restaurant & Tavern in Leland

Amanda Danielson is the co-owner of Trattoria Stella in Traverse City

Class of 2020: U-of-D Jesuit High School senior on saying goodbye, preparing for an uncertain freshman year

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Stateside’s conversation with LaMar “Deuce” Price II

LaMar “Deuce” Price II is graduating from University of Detroit Jesuit High School

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